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Haircoloring

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Pure or fundamental colors that cannot be achieved from a mixture are called: A.tertiary colors B.secondary colors C.complementary colors D.primary colors D.primary colors
A tertiary color is achieved by mixing equal amounts of a secondary color and it neighboring: A.complementary color B.primary color C.cool color D.secondary color B.primary color
A primary and secondary color positioned opposite each other on the color wheel are: A.tertiary colors B.warm colors C.cool colors D.complementary colors D.complementary colors
A secondary color is obtained by mixing equal amounts of two: A.primary colors B.complementary colors C.cool colors D.tertiary colors A.primary colors
Red, yellow, and blue are considered: A.secondary colors B.cool colors C.primary colors D.warm colors C.primary colors
The darkest primary color is: A.violet B.blue C.red D.yellow B.blue
The secondary colors are orange, violet and: A.green B.yellow C.blue D.white A.green
The equal combination of yellow and blue creates: A.orange B.a tertiary color C.a warm color D.green D.green
A complementary color combination is: A.red and yellow B.red and green C.red and violet D.red and orange B.red and green
Blue-green and red-violet are: A.tertiary colors B.neutralizing colors C.primary colors D.complementary colors A.tertiary colors
Fine-textured hair: A.has an average response to color B.is resistant to lightening C.may process lighter D.takes color faster D.takes color faster
The hair texture likely to take longer to process is: A.medium hair B.thin hair. C.coarse hair D. fine hair C.coarse hair
Hair that is resistant and requires a longer processing time usually has: A.low porosity B.a fine texture C.high porosity D.average porosity A.low porosity
Hair with high porosity has a: A.resistant cuticle B.tight cuticle C.lifted cuticle D.average porosity C.lifted cuticle
If you test the hair between your fingers and it feels smooth, it has: A.low elasticity B.low porosity C.normal elasticity D.high porosity B.low porosity
The underelying color that emerges during lightening is known as: A.contributing pigment B.pheomelanin C.eumelanin D.intensity A.contributing pigment
The type of melanin that gives the hair black and brown color is: A.pheomelanin B.mixed melanin C.dark melanin D.eumelanin D.eumelanin
Level is used to identify the: A.strength of a color tone B.warmth or coolness of a color C.lightness or darkness of a color D.base color C.lightness or darkness of a color
Intensity describes the: A.primary and secondary colors B.strength of a color tone C.lightness or darkness of a color D.warmth or coolness of a color B.strength of a color tone
A base color is the: A.strength of a color tone B.pigment under the natura color C.lightness or darkness of a color D.predominant tonality of a color D.predominant tonality of a color
The warmth or coolness of a color is known as its: A.level B.depth C.tone D.intensity C.tone
Hair lightening is also called bleaching or: A.decolorizing B.stripping C.uncoloring D.presoftening A.decolorizing
Haircolors are divided into four general classifications based on their chemistry, which, in turn, affects the final color result and: A.retail price B.developer strength C.intensify D.lasting ability D.lasting ability
Raising the cuticle of the hair so that the tint can penetrate is the function of the: A.developer B.tint molecules C.alkalizing ingredient D.oxidizing agent C.alkalizing ingredient
The function of hydrogen peroxide in haircolor is to: A.raise the cuticle B.make the developer alkaline C.destroy the melanin D.break up the melanin D.break up the melanin
Temporary haircolor: A.makes a physical change B.requires a strand test C.lasts 4 to 6 shampoos D.penetrates the cortex A.makes a physical change
The pigment molecules of semipermanent haircolor are: A.larger than temporary color molecules B.only coats the cuticle C.smaller than permanent color molecules D.smaller than temporary color molecules D.smaller than temporary color molecules
The haircolor category that is considered semipermanent: A.requires a patch test B.requires ammonia C.penetrates the cortex D.lasts 4 to 6 shampoos A.requires a patch test
Demipermanent haircolor deposits color but does not: A.penetrate the hair shaft B.lift color C.cover unpigmented hair D.requires a patch test B.lift color
In recent years, demipermanent haircolor has been used exclusively on the ___ of previously colored hair. A.new growth B.resistant areas C.midshaft to ends D.base area C.midshaft to ends
The only haircolor that has a lifting action on the hair is: A.temporary B.permanent C.semipermanent D.demipermanent B.permanent
Permanent haircolors are considered permanent because the tint molecules: A.are trapped in the cortex B.coat the cortex C.are trapped in the cuticle D.stain the cuticle A.are trapped in the cortex
Permanent haircolors contain uncolored dye precursors known as: A.color fillers B.toners C.developers D.aniline derivatives D.aniline derivatives
The agent that, when mixed with an oxidative haircolor, supplies the oxygen to develope color molecules and create a change in hair color is the: A.alkalizing agent B.developer C.aniline derivatives D.ammonia B.developer
The most commonly used oxidizer in haircoloring is: A.ammonia B.oxygen C.aniline D.hydrogen peroxide D.hydrogen peroxide
Developers have a pH between: A.4 and 6.5 B.10 and 13 C.2.5 and 4.5 D.8.5 and 10.5 C.2.5 and 4.5
The hydrogen peroxide used to provide maximum lift in a one-step color service is: A.10 volume B.30 volume C.20 volume D.40 volume D.40 volume
Henna is a type of: A.metallic dye B.oxidative tint C.natural haircolor D.semipermanent color C.natural haircolor
Gradual colors, historically marketed to men, are also called: A.vegetable haircolors B.metallic haircolors C.men's haircolors D.oxidative tints B.metallic haircolors
Lighteners work by: A.removing melanin B.toning melanin C.destroying melanin D.dispersing melanin D.dispersing melanin
As soon as hydrogen peroxide is mixed into a lightner formula, it begins to: A.add hydrogen B.release oxygen C.darken the melanin D.reduce oxygen B.release oxygen
Toners are used primarily on: A.permanently colored hair B.glazed hair C.prelightened hair D.damaged hair C.prelightened hair
When you decolorize a client's hair, your goal is to create the correct degree of: A.contributing pigment B.porosity C.yellow D.final color A.contributing pigment
The hair should never be lifted with lightner past: A.yellow-gold B.gold C.white D.pale yellow D.pale yellow
The most critical part of the color service is the: A.processing B.comb-out C.consultation D.rinsing C.consultation
A client consultation for haircoloring should include: A.examining the client in the mirror B.stating the cost of the service C.recommending one option D. booking an extra 5 minutes B.stating the cost of the service
A release statement is used mainly to explain: A.what damages the client may not sue for B.your malpractice insurance policy C.if hair is in proper condition to receive color D. that you cannot be sued for haircolor mistakes C.if hair is in proper condition to receive color
A predisposition test is performed to detertmine: A.haircolor results B.allergy to aniline C.proper application method D.processing time B.allergy to aniline
A preliminary strand test should be performed: A.if the client requests it B.if the hair is to be cut C.in the lower crown D.at the nape C.in the lower crown
Once a temporary color rinse has been applied: A.rinse with warm water B.apply conditioner C.apply a plastic cap D.style as desired D.style as desired
How well semipermanent colors "take" depends on the: A.hair's wave pattern B.formula strength C.hair's porosity D.volume of hair C.hair's porosity
The application procedure for demipermanent haircolor is similar to that for: A.temporary color B.foil lightening C.permanent color D.semipermanent color D.semipermanent color
In a double-process color application, the lightner is followed by application of: A.color remover B.bleach C.the depositing color D.a presoftener C.the depositing color
Hair at the scalp processes color faster due to: A.body heat B.incomplete melanin growth C.more open cuticle layers D.greater porosity A.body heat
Overlapping previously colored or lightened hair can: A.cause streaking B.create lines of demarcation C.retard hair growth D.irritate the scalp B.create lines of demarcation
Demipermanent color may be applied to hair ends during a retouch procedure only if: A.the color is darker B.required by the manufacturer C.the color is faded D.it has been four weeks between retouches C.the color is faded
Oil lightener is used to: A.perform a tint back B.remove old haircolor C.lift four or more levels D.lift one or two levels D.lift one or two levels
Cream lightners may be mixed with dry crystals known as: A.activators B.fillers C.blonders D.color removers A.activators
Off-the-scalp lighteners: A.tend to run and drip B.are very gentle C.come in powder form D.are used for retouching C.come in powder form
Powder lighteners should not be used for: A.foil lightening B.balayage C.off-the-scalp lightening D.retouch services D.retouch services
Hair takes longer to lighten: A.the stronger the lightener is B.the more melanin it has C.the less porous it is D.the less red there is in the natural color B.the more melanin it has
When heat is used along with lightening chemicals, it softens the hair and can make it: A.slower to process B.more resistant C.stronger D. more fragile D. more fragile
If a preliminary strand test for lightening indicates the hair is not light enough, you can: A.increase the processing time B.recondition the hair C.decrease the processing time D.decrease the strength of the mixture A.increase the processing time
Partings for applying lightner should be: A.1" B.1/4" C.1/2" D.1/8" D.1/8"
In a lightening procedure, when you check a strand for lightening, you should: A.blow-dry the strand B.rub the strand with a damp towel C.blot the strand with a damp towel D.shampoo the strand C.blot the strand with a damp towel
Before using a toner, you must achieve the proper: A.level B.foundation C.texture D.tone B.foundation
There are ___ degrees of decolorizing. A.10 B.3 C.5 D.7 A.10
When a lightener is applied so that it overlaps previously lightened hair: A.a toner is required B.the hair may not accept color C.a soap cap is required D.breakage may accur D.breakage may accur
Using conditioner on the hair at the end of a toner application: A.openes the cuticle B.lowers the pH C.raises the pH D.seals the color in B.lowers the pH
Coloring some hair strands lighter than the natural color is called: A.highlighting B.reverse highlighting C.lowlighting D.lightening A.highlighting
Lowlighting is the technique of coloring strands of hair: A.to counter brassy tones B.darker than the natural color C.lighter than the natural color D.with red for red highlights B.darker than the natural color
The degree of highlighting or lowlighting you can achieve with the cap technique depends on the: A.the size of the hook B.how large you cut the holes C.how much lightener you apply D.number of strands pulled through D.number of strands pulled through
A complete haircolor record should include the: A.clients signature B.amount of hair cut C.client's scalp condition D.hairstyle desired C.client's scalp condition
Painting a lightener directly onto clean, styled hair is known as the: A.cap technique B.balayage technique C.reverse highltghting D.foil technique B.balayage technique
If a client has unwanted orange tones, use a haircolor with a: A.violet base B.green base C.blue base D.yellow base C.blue base
Presoftening is performed on gray or resistant hair to: A.open the cuticle B.soften melanin C.create added warmth D.open the cortex A.open the cuticle
Fillers are used to equalize porosity and: A.diffues melanin B.deposit a base color C.remove color buildup D.open the cuticle B.deposit a base color
The foil technique of lightening can be done by either weaving or: A.hooking B.painting C.folding D.slicing D.slicing
Tint removal may be performed if: A.the haircolor is to light B.the haircolor is too dark C.the hair will not absorb toner D.lightener did not lift enough B.the haircolor is too dark
When performing a tint back: A.a filler may be used B.a lightener should be used C.the hair may need to be cut D.the hair shold be presoftened A.a filler may be used
After a tint has been mixed and used, any leftover tint: A.should be tightly sealed B.is safe to use for 24 hours C.should be discarded D.becomes a semipermanent color C.should be discarded
When formulating permanent color for hair that is 10-30% gray, your color choice should be: A.2 parts desired level and 1 part lighter level B.the desired level C.equal parts desired and lighter level D.1 level lighter D.1 level lighter
When selecting a color filler: A.reduce the additional primary color B.replace the hair's missing primary color C.replace the hair's missing secondary color D.reduce the additional secondary color B.replace the hair's missing primary color
The first step in properly camouflaging excessive brassiness is to: A.identify actual color of brassiness B.remove tint with dye remover C.perform a patch test D.use a violet-based tint A.identify actual color of brassiness
A soap cap involves using shampoo with: A.filler B.oil bleach C.a color rinse D.tint D.tint
A highlighting shampoo is a combination of shampoo and : A.a semipermanent tint B.hydrogen peroxide C.an aniline derivative tint D.an oil bleach B.hydrogen peroxide
An example of a double-process color application is: A.presoftening and tinting B.conditioning and toning C.shampooing and applying temporary color D.shampooing and applying demipermanent color A.presoftening and tinting
A"gun-metal gray" shade is: A.a degree of decolorization B.a desirable shade of gray C.a sign that the hair is overly porous D.the color of 50% unpigmented hair C.a sign that the hair is overly porous
A glaze, sometimes used to give the hair shine and tone, is usually a/an: A.demipermanent color B.permanent color C.on-the-scalp lightener D.temporary color A.demipermanent color
Highlighting services are also known as: A.temporary lightening B.dimensional haircoloring C.partial lightening D.three-dimensional coloring B.dimensional haircoloring
When a very slight change in hair shade is desired, or when the client's hair processes very rapidly, consider using a: A.highlighting shampoo tint B.highlighting conditioner C.permanent haircolor D.temporary color rinse A.highlighting shampoo tint
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